DREAMFIRE by Kit Alloway. DREAMFIRE. From the Alloway explores the complexities of dream-walking politics in detail, with the result that. : Dreamfire: A novel (The Dream Walker Trilogy) (): Kit Alloway: Books. Unlike most year-olds, Joshlyn Weaver has a sacred duty. She’s the celebrated daughter of the dream walkers, a secret society whose members enter the.
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Tasked with the responsibi Joshlyn Weaver has always lived with a big secret. This is a no-ordinary story of a very ordinary teenager walking the dreams and nightmares and how heroically gives up her life to protect the Dream world to maintain the balance in the universe, while dealing with her own mistakes and problems. I found myself really enjoying the scenes where Joshlyn transported herself into people’s nightmares to save them.
He is a key character to the whole story, and most of it is due to his personality. I loved how even though he was the love interest, his “development” with Josh never took center stage – they were all in the background and even moved alongside the wlloway storyline.
Which sadly I can’t say the same for my mind and my new paranoia as I look towards my ceiling.
I did not expect the ending to play out the way that it iit with him. Despite Josh’s reputation as a dream walking prodigy, she’s haunted by her mistakes.
The blurb sucked me in and I waited with baited breath for my copy to arrive and then Jan 07, Aditi rated it really liked it Shelves: And I can’t wait to read Dreamfeverthe next book in the series. It isn’t scary, and it took me a little bit of time to get into it basically, I read the first 60 pages or kt over the course of three days and then the other ish pages over the course of about three hours.
DREAMFIRE by Kit Alloway | Kirkus Reviews
Once I warmed up to the characters though, I started to appreciate them. I loved how he was such a genuine partner to Josh, how he complimented dreeamfire aggressive, reckless nature with his cautiousness and compassion.
Yet Alloway creates these characters that are so insane that they really believe nothing is wrong with them and it makes the story so very entertaining.
Josh is horrified at the thought of having to teach someone else the ways of dream walking, but she cannot change it, so she goes with it. You can probably guess what happens.
I applaud you Alloway, you kept me guessing the entire time.
This mean that someone can die while dream walking. Already loving it again. Be patient with this book, and you’ll learn that it’s a fun few hours of your time.
I understand that but at the same time, I didn’t like allowau. In general, I liked her as a character because I found her to be really confident, smart, and great with pressure and stress.
It was imaginative, unpredictable, bitter, and sweet. I refrain from saying great just because she beat herself up too much over things. Especially after that epilogue. This was by far, one of the longest trilogy I have read in a very long time.
She took everything upon herself with the whole Feodor incident and became rather sneaky in trying to become stronger and more powerful. It’s a fun fact that I rarely give five stars. Not that akloway people would have the same level of compassion like her.
Dreamfire (Dream Walker, #1) by Kit Alloway
So please Kit, write a sequel I will say that the dream segments are amazing. I’m delighted to announce that one of my poems, “Over the Music,” will appear in the new edition of From Whispers to Roars.
The characters are all very well developed, especially the main character and her apprentice- Josh and Will. The action, world building and romance sequences were very well written and easy to get into.
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Dreamfir being said, by the end, the book did get better and I was excited about all the revelations. It proves that YA, especially Paranormal YA, doesn’t just have to feel like the same story told with different character names and paranormal choice. Want to Read saving….
Nobody even asks questions, or wonders why he’s doing all of this! I greatly enjoyed reading this book and it left me wanting the sequel, like right now. But when strangers with impossible powers begin appearing in the Dream, it isn’t just Will that Josh has to protect–it’s the whole World. It was a very good choice.
But he also changed a ton so it was kind of understandable why Josh made her decision the way that she did. Mar 04, Danielle rated it really liked it.